Radiator (was: Most popular Radius servers in the IT market)

From: Kurt Jaeger (pi_at_complx.LF.net)
Date: 06/14/04

Date: Mon, 14 Jun 2004 19:53:42 +0000 (UTC)


>> Have you any idea where i can find a survey on commercial radius serves?

>No. I am aware of no such surveys existing. Common sense tho. Just by
>the number of windows 2000 server boxes deployed versus all other OS's.
>Micorosft IAS HAS to be the most popular.

It might be used by many people, but it surely is not *popular* 8-)

Every net.god who does radius services believes in "Radiator".

That's a commercial radius server coded in perl, available from


Very fast, very, very flexible, source code is included, does
everything (databases, frontend, backends, you name it), super-clean

If you need a feature, ask on the support mailing list and you normally
get it within a few days.

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